BB- The Torah is in part a history book. Many of the events did occur in spite of your disbelief. I do not have to know how Talmud logic worked. That would be one man's opinion pitted against another. What I claim and demonstrated is that they used other people's myths, as indicated by Robert Graves to interpret their stories. This sends up a red flag as to the astrological origin of the tales. By knowing which Greek myth the Talmud compares tales in the Torah to, I know which constellation to look at for comparison. By then taking the ancient names of the Arabic and Hebrew stars in that constellation and comparing it to the Torah, I find an incredible match, repeated in 48 constellations in a contiguous manner. If everyone is wrong but Johnny, that is fine. After looking at all the objections you muster and what little to no evidence you have supplied to contradict me, I must still conclude I am right and you are wrong. In fact you have supplied virtually no evidence to counter me, other than to say "I am wrong because there are Rabbis who don't believe this." Big Deal. For many people making the Torah astrological makes them more sacred, not less.